Lenovo's ThinkBook Plus gets an e-ink cover, Alienware's UFO concept handheld
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And here the stories that matter right now at CES 2020.
The show floor hasn't even opened up yet.
But we're already seeing a slew of new products from various gadget makers.
To start on the cover of the 13 point three inch Lenovo think book plus is a secondary 10 point eight inch e ink display On which users can create illustrations and diagrams with the integrated Lenovo precision pen and receive essential notifications when the lead is closed, allowing him to stay focused during meetings that parts from Lenovo.
Dells Alienware brand came to CES with the prototype of a portable PC gaming handheld The UFO concept basically takes a handheld Windows 10 tablet and slides two paddle-like controllers onto the side.
And suddenly, you've got something that looks and feels a lot like a Nintendo Switch.
This whacky concept device might not even see the light of day, but it's already turning heads at CES.
And finally, there's Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook built from aluminum and only point four inches thick.
The thousand dollar 13.3 inch two in one weighs just 2.2 pounds and features a 4k UHD resolution, an OLED display which is a first for Samsung.
The electronics giant says it will even support the HDR 400 standard with a software update sometime after its launch in the first quarter of 2020.
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